The Golden State Warriors have been the dynasty that’s last reigned over the NBA. But before their arrival it was the San Antonio Spurs that terrorized the league season after season.

Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green have been the ruling trio over the past decade. They’ve tallied 21 playoff series wins heading into the NBA Finals this season. But that comes in second to the Spurs’ legendary Big 3.

Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, and Tony Parker paired high-level play with a longevity that could be tough to beat. Their 27 playoff series wins stands as the most by any three plays together in the last 30 seasons. That’s a feat that Ginobili can appreciate.

“Quite proud of that stat,” said the Spurs legend.

The Warriors made up some solid ground on the Spurs’ lead after winning three series this season. They can tack on one more if they manage to overcome their 0-1 start to the NBA Finals and win another title, their fourth in the last eight seasons.

While there’s a good chance that Stephen Curry and co. can close that gap on the Spurs trio in the coming seasons, it’s hardly a foregone conclusion with how much talent their is in the NBA today.